Kill Kill Kill
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Kill Kill Kill

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE
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* Album #14 La Mano De Dios
* Album #13 Head Banging the Night to Oblivion
* Album #12EP Sad Girls Don't Cry
* Album #11 Epithet
* Album #10 Alone and Worried
* Album #9 Pan Afro aka Broken Boards
* Album #8 Pissing Prisms
* Album #7 Control+ Gain-
* Album #6 Vein Nerve Mesh
* Album #5 "Under the thumb of a squirrel"
* Album # 4 "Long Thumb" (Available only as google video)
* Album # 3"Bear Hands" (file size 63mb length 45min)
* Album #2 Shark smells blood (File size 65mb length 46min)
* Album # 1 "999" (file size 54mb length 45min)
All tracks are available on the web, mp3s, itunes, our blog. Free because we love you. As well we play on KXLU in LA frequently so listen up.



The project is fronted by Eric Stiner and formed by a rotating cast of musicians and no two musical compositions ever played twice. Kill Kill Kill's 14 studio albums were recorded live and shows are loose re-creations of the recorded albums. Musical compositions tend to swell back-and-forth from faint ticks to tidal waves of distortion and feedback. This music is not for the faint of heart and has been known to cause panic attacks on the occasional unsuspecting listener (for real that has happened).

The most current incarnation of Kill Kill Kill started as a backyard recording project between Eric and Oscar Varela drummer of the seminal LA based Spanish punk band Las Quince Letras. Kill Kill Kill was a 2 piece for the first three albums and included appearances from several other drummers including tracks with Hollis Queens (drummer for Boss Hog) and a long term stand in by Nanami Iwasaki (Current drummer for Spider Problem). In the summer of 2008 San Luis Obispo native Kristin Kennedy was added to the lineup for her unique guitar style and ability to consume extreme amounts of mind altering substances and stay up all night. Just recently Tino Flores was added to the band as a sound manipulator and voice modulator... he lives in a Chinese graveyard in East LA where his family has been ground keeping for 40years. The current album, not yet released, added two more members: Bassist Zac Nidile, a Jersey boy with his thumbs in all sorts of pies and Saxophonist Edgar Briones, an LA native with jazz on his lips.